Episode 48: Shooting HDR in Final Cut Pro X 10.4

 Nick found this photo from 2010, when he and I shared a Panasonic GH1 camera, 14-140mm lens, Zoom H4n audio recorder, ULTRAcompact shoulder rig, and Azden wireless mic system.

Nick found this photo from 2010, when he and I shared a Panasonic GH1 camera, 14-140mm lens, Zoom H4n audio recorder, ULTRAcompact shoulder rig, and Azden wireless mic system.

  Patrick Gavin shared this photo on Twitter —using an A1 Steak Sauce bottle plus  Pedco Ultra Clamp  as a makeshift mic stand.

Patrick Gavin shared this photo on Twitter—using an A1 Steak Sauce bottle plus Pedco Ultra Clamp as a makeshift mic stand.

Episode 48: Shooting HDR in Final Cut Pro X 10.4

Version 10.4 of Final Cut Pro X has been released—Griffin’s 2018 resolution is to shoot HDR (high-dynamic range) video. Plus, your questions about protecting a camera in the snow, losing YouTube subscribers, and when to replace SD cards.

Apple: How to work with HDR in Final Cut Pro X 10.4

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